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  1. Follow That Story
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    Colorado Legislators Play It Safe
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  2. There Ought to Be a Law
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    Ten questions for the legislature's Columbine committee.
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  3. Between a Rock and a Hard Place
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    The truth will out -- just not in Jefferson County.
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  4. "I'm Full of Hate and I Love It"
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    The secret writings of Eric Harris reveal the explosive rage of a young killer -- and his power to manipulate others.
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  5. Shocking the Conscience
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    Dismissed lawsuits leave victims' families frustrated.
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  6. Back to School
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    The bullet in the backpack and other Columbine mysteries.
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  7. Attention, Kmart Shoppers
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    Columbine survivors team up with Michael Moore to make the chain bite the bullet.
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  8. Unhappy Returns
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    Understating the obvious about Columbine.
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  9. The Do-Nothing Defense
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    The law protects police from being sued for ordinary blunders. But what about Columbine?
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  10. Chronology of a Big Fat Lie
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    Tracking the official story of the secret Columbine affidavit.
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  11. Lights, Camera...No Comment
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    Two years after the shootings, 60 Minutes brings Columbine back to prime time -- and local officials get camera-shy.
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